Sensory System - Abnormalities

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Introduction

How and why do things go wrong in sensory development?

This is a start page for sensory abnormalities, this topic is covered in depth on specific sensory system abnormality pages. Currently the main content relates to hearing and vision.


Sensory Abnormality Links: Hearing | Vision


Abnormality Links: Introduction | Genetic | Environmental | Unknown | Teratogens | Cardiovascular | Coelomic Cavity | Endocrine | Gastrointestinal Tract | Genital | Head | Integumentary | Musculoskeletal | Limb | Neural | Neural Crest | Renal | Respiratory | Placenta | Sensory | Hearing | Vision | Twinning | Developmental Origins of Health and Disease | ICD-10
Historic Embryology  
1915 Congenital Cardiac Disease | 1917 Frequency of Anomalies in Human Embryos | 1920 Hydatiform Degeneration Tubal Pregnancy | 1921 Anencephalic Embryo

Some Recent Findings

Brindisi, Italy
  • Sensory processing in preterm preschoolers and its association with executive function[1] "Preterm children (≤34weeks of gestation; n=54) and full term controls (≥37weeks of gestation; n=73) ages 3-5years. OUTCOME MEASURES: Sensory processing was assessed with the Short Sensory Profile. Executive function was assessed with (1) parent ratings on the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function - Preschool version and (2) a performance-based battery of tasks. Adaptive function was assessed with the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-II. RESULTS: Preterm preschoolers showed significantly more sensory symptoms than full term controls. A higher percentage of preterm than full term preschoolers had elevated numbers of sensory symptoms (37% vs. 12%). Sensory symptoms in preterm preschoolers were associated with scores on executive function measures, but were not significantly associated with adaptive function. Preterm preschoolers exhibited more sensory symptoms than full term controls. Preterm preschoolers with elevated numbers of sensory symptoms also showed executive function impairment. Future research should further examine whether sensory processing and executive function should be considered independent or overlapping constructs."
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Search term: Abnormal Sensory Development

Hyeong Cheol Moon, Won Ik Heo, Yon Ji Kim, Daae Lee, So Yoon Won, Hong Rae Kim, Seung Man Ha, Youn Joo Lee, Young Seok Park Optical inactivation of the anterior cingulate cortex modulate descending pain pathway in a rat model of trigeminal neuropathic pain created via chronic constriction injury of the infraorbital nerve. J Pain Res: 2017, 10;2355-2364 PubMed 29042811

Teresa H Wen, Sonia Afroz, Sarah M Reinhard, Arnold R Palacios, Kendal Tapia, Devin K Binder, Khaleel A Razak, Iryna M Ethell Genetic Reduction of Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 Promotes Formation of Perineuronal Nets Around Parvalbumin-Expressing Interneurons and Normalizes Auditory Cortex Responses in Developing Fmr1 Knock-Out Mice. Cereb. Cortex: 2017;1-14 PubMed 29040407

Anthony Laugeray, Ameziane Herzine, Olivier Perche, Olivier Richard, Céline Montecot-Dubourg, Arnaud Menuet, Séverine Mazaud-Guittot, Laurianne Lesné, Bernard Jegou, Stéphane Mortaud In utero and lactational exposure to low-doses of the pyrethroid insecticide cypermethrin leads to neurodevelopmental defects in male mice-An ethological and transcriptomic study. PLoS ONE: 2017, 12(10);e0184475 PubMed 29020013

Ed Zandro M Taroc, Aparna Prasad, Jennifer M Lin, Paolo E Forni The terminal nerve plays a prominent role in GnRH-1 neuronal migration independent from proper olfactory and vomeronasal connections to the olfactory bulbs. Biol Open: 2017; PubMed 28970231

Dionysios Xenos, Marija Kamceva, Simone Tomasi, Jessica A Cardin, Michael L Schwartz, Flora M Vaccarino Loss of TrkB Signaling in Parvalbumin-Expressing Basket Cells Results in Network Activity Disruption and Abnormal Behavior. Cereb. Cortex: 2017;1-15 PubMed 28968898

References

  1. Jenna N Adams, Heidi M Feldman, Lynne C Huffman, Irene M Loe Sensory processing in preterm preschoolers and its association with executive function. Early Hum. Dev.: 2015, 91(3);227-233 PubMed 25706317


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